With over 100,000 kilometers, the country has the second longest coastline in the world and can be divided into the regions of Southern Norway, Eastern Norway, Western Norway (Fjord Norway), Mid-Norway and Northern Norway. West, Mid- and North Norway in particular attract with first-class diving conditions. In addition, the reefs, islands and skerries, the fjords, the open coast and sheltered bays provide plenty of variety, above and below the surface.
The steeply sloping fjords are often hundreds of meters deep and home to bizarre sea creatures. We regularly visit some of the most extraordinary dive sites on our deep sea and black water expeditions. Here we come close to many small and large species that can otherwise only be found in depths that are inaccessible to divers around the world – while we usually see them in only 10 to 30 meters water depth in certain fjords with special water conditions.
The seasons in Scandinavia also offer a lot of contrast. In summer the sun does not set at night, while in winter it does not make it over the horizon for weeks or months and it is in this dark time to experience the enchanting lightshow of the amazing Aurora borealis in the sky.